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In this section, you can add your employees with the following information: name, position, location, salary and seniority, and compare them with the market to stay competitive.

  1. Position levels guide

Here’s an explanatory guide for different seniority levels:

  • Junior → Junior professionals are at the early stages of their careers. They learn and assist with tasks, such as data entry and basic research. Their responsibilities include continuous learning, supporting the team, following company policies, and effective communication. It usually goes from non-experience up to 2 years of experience, depending on the industry and position.
  • Mid → Mid-level professionals have gained experience and take on responsibilities like project management and complex problem-solving. They may engage in client interactions and mentor junior colleagues. Responsibilities include project ownership, expertise development, client satisfaction, and leadership skills. It usually goes from 2 to 10 years of experience, depending on the industry and position.
  • Senior → Senior professionals assume leadership roles, overseeing teams or departments. They contribute to strategic planning, solve complex challenges, and mentor junior and mid-level colleagues. Responsibilities include strategic contribution, team leadership, expertise maintenance, mentoring, and project accountability.
  • Lead → Lead professionals hold executive leadership positions, overseeing the entire organization. They develop and execute high-level strategies, make critical decisions, and engage with external stakeholders. Responsibilities include organizational vision, strategic execution, risk management, and stakeholder engagement for organizational growth and success.
  • Principal → Principals are distinguished experts in specialized roles. They provide strategic guidance, lead critical projects, and shape organizational strategy. Their responsibilities include thought leadership, mentoring, driving innovation, and advancing the organization’s goals within their area of expertise.
  1. How do we calculate the years of experience?

We do not look at total years of experience in the labor market but at years of experience within a specific seniority level.